Youngest Indian Girl Heading Towards To Climb Mt Everest

The highest mountain in the world is Mt. Everest, and everyone dreams to conquer it. An Indian teenaged girl Shivangi Pathak (Bavli) also dreamed to conquer Mt. Everest and is being renowned to be as the youngest Indian woman to conquer the World's Highest Peak. She is from Hisar in Haryana, India.

Shivangi Pathak’s Statement

"when I was in class ten everyone was busy in studying but I always wanted to do something different than others and I finally decided to conquer all of the highest peaks of the world after watching the mountaineering videos of Arunima Sinha; The first amputee to climb Mt. Everest and she had also summited other five peaks worldwide, and I got inspired by her. I am here to fulfill my childhood dream and I have only one mission to conquer every mountain on this beautiful planet."

Haryana's Shivangi Pathak at Lukla

She will be of 17 years old after 3 months. She had started her journey of summit to Highest peak Mt. Everest with Rohitas Khileri Commando on 7 April 2018, Saturday after receiving permit from the Department of Tourism, Government of Nepal. She has already passed Lukla, the Gateway to the Mt. Everest and after reaching Everest base camp she will start her journey of summit in mid-May after acclimatization of high altitude and preparations. Pemba Sherpa, General manager at Seven Summit Trek, the organizer of expedition had provided her the permit of expedition and said that," Fully trained high altitude guides will accompany her on the top of Mt. Everest."

She had completed her all the mountaineering courses at Jawahar Institute of Mountain and had also taken participation for high altitude training in Kashmiri Glaciers with her full family support.

They are trekking through the path of south-ridge route i.e. Edmund Hillary and Tenzin Norgay Sherpa route from Nepal side. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzin Norgay Sherpa, the first two individuals who reached the summit of Mt. Everest in 1953 A.D.